For someone like me who can eat neither gluten nor dairy, finding a good substitute for a traditional bread-and-cheese food that’s actually satisfying is like finding the Holy Grail.
You need only a single Lion Brand Mandala cake to create this triangle scarf using elementary crochet stitches.
This lightweight poncho has a streamlined silhouette and a lovely subtle texture. And, you can crochet it quickly and easily from just two Caron Cakes using only elementary crochet stitches!
This scarf is perfect for a crochet beginner, or a more experienced crocheter who wants to work on a mindless project while binge-watching their favorite show.
You need only a single Caron Big Cake to create this versatile shawl scarf using elementary crochet stitches.
Anyone with advanced beginner crochet skills can whip up this quick and easy cuffed shrug in any size you like.
It’s possible to crochet a granny square cocoon cardigan using self-striping yarn and get attractive concentric squares WITHOUT “slicing and dicing” your yarn. Here’s how!
Bake eggs in a muffin top pan for sandwich-sized servings that are quick to prepare, freeze well and easy to make both dairy- and gluten-free.
One of the great things about the Granny square cocoon cardigan is that it can be made in just three simple steps by anyone who has mastered basic crochet skills: chain stitch, slip stitch, single crochet and double crochet.